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Metro Bank Investment Spurs ERISA Suit Against Architecture Firm – Bloomberg Law

A New Jersey-based architecture firm owned by the wife of former Metro Bank Plc chairman Vernon Hill lost nearly 75% of its profit sharing plan assets by investing in the bank, a former firm employee alleged in a proposed class action complaint.

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